Cell Signaling Technology

No.
Product Name
Applications
Reactivity
9924
8965
IHC-P W IP IF-IC
(H) (M)
8956
IF-IC
(H)
8938
IF-IC
(H)
8799
W IP
(H) (M) (R)
8757
IHC-P W IP IF-IC ChIP
(H)
8715
W IP
(H) (M)
8660
8644
W IP IF-IC ChIP
(H)
8633
W IP
(H) (M) (R) (Mk)
8595
8589
8428
F
(H)
8066
W IP
(H) (M) (R) (Mk)
7699
TFN
(H)
7397
F IF-IC
(H)
7395
F IF-IC
(H)
6508
TFN
(H)
6448
TFN
(H)
6434
W IP
(H) (M) (R)
6364
W IP
(H) (M) (R)
6348
TFN
(H)
5629
W IP
(H) (M)
5587
W
(H)
5388
W IP
(H) (R) (Mk)
5153
IHC-P W F IF-IC
(H)
5095
W
(H)
4161
W IP IF-IC
(H) (M)
3960
W F IP IF-IC
(H)
3660
W F IP IF-IC ChIP
(H) (M) (R) (Mk)
3202
W
(H)
3178
W
(H)
3176
W
(H)
3172
W IP
(H)
3171
W IP
(H)
3157
IHC-P W F IF-IC
(H)
3153
IHC-P W
(H)
3085
W IP
(H) (M) (R)
2979
W IF-IC
(H)
2554
W
(M) (R)
2517
W
(H)
2511
IHC-P W
(H)
2443
W IP IF-IC
(H) (M)
2435
IHC-P W IF-IC
(H) (M)
2430
W IP
(H) (M)
2191
IHC-P W IP
(H) (M) (R) (Mk)
2129
W
(H)
2126
W IP ChIP
(H) (M) (R) (Mk)
2115
W F IF-IC
(H)
1433
13826
W ChIP
(H) (M) (R) (Mk)
13790
W IP
(H)
13783
W
(H)
13736
W
(H)
13538
IHC-P W IP IF-IC
(H)
13418
W IP ChIP
(H) (M) (R)
13258
W IF-IC ChIP
(H)
13206
W
(H) (M)
13163
W IF-IC IF-F
(H) (M)
12850
ELISA
(H)
12807
12800
W IP IF-IC ChIP
(H) (M) (R)
12783
W
(H)
12719
TFN
(H)
12550
IHC-P W IP
(H) (M)
12108
12101
W IP
(H) (M) (R) (Mk)
12041
IHC-P W F IP IF-IC ChIP
(H) (M) (R) (Mk)
12007
IF-IC
(H) (M) (R) (Mk)
Applications Key: W=Western blot IP=Immunoprecipitation IHC-P=Immunohistochemistry (Paraffin) IHC-F=Immunohistochemistry (Frozen) IF-IC=Immunofluorescence (Immunocytochemistry) IF-F=Immunofluorescence (Frozen) IF-P=Immunofluorescence (Paraffin) F=Flow cytometry ChIP=Chromatin Immunoprecipitation E-P=ELISA Peptide ELISA=Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent Assay IC=Immunocytochemistry IC-ABC=Immunocytochemistry (Avidin Biotin Complex)
Reactivity Key: H=Human M=Mouse R=Rat Hm=Hamster Mk=Monkey C=Chicken Mi=Mink Dm=D.melanogaster X=Xenopus Z=Zebrafish B=Bovine Dg=Dog Pg=Pig Sc=S.cerevisiae GP=Guinea Pig Hr=Horse Ce=C.elegans All=All Species Expected
Species enclosed in parentheses are predicted to react based on 100% sequence homology.